This comprehensive San Francisco tour details the rich and diverse history of the Castro neighborhood and beyond.
- Guided walking tour through the Castro neighborhood
- Learn about the history and culture of San Francisco
- Twin Peaks Tavern, Castro Theatre and the colorful murals of the Castro
- Walk by Harvey Milk's former residence and camera shop, the Harvey Milk Plaza and the Civil Rights Academy
- See the Rainbow Honor Walk Project, the Pink Triangle Memorial Park, and The Leonard Matlovich Vietnam Vet Plaque
- Visit the Hope for World Cure Mural and the AIDS Quilt Names Projects original site
- Informative narrative from your local guide
Recent Photos of this Tour
Harvey Milk, San Francisco's icon and civil rights leader, was a profound contributor to the history of the Castro. On this tour you will have the opportunity to visit Harvey Milk's residence, his photo shop and campaign headquarters.
Other Castro landmarks you will see on this historical walking tour include the Pink Triangle Memorial Park (a triangular free-standing memorial to thousands of gay men persecuted in Nazi camps of World War II), and the legendary Twin Peaks Tavern (First gay bar in America to have glass windows).
All tours are incredibly informative and empowering. Public walkways are wheelchair accessible.
Reviewed by Gregory B, April 2013
Very informative, a must for any traveller, gay or straight to San Francisco. Friendly and knowledgeable guide. One of the highlights of my visit.
Reviewed by Jason M, November 2012
An amazing and informative tour. The guide was great with questions. The tour was well paced and enjoyable.